Develop sustainable capacities for employability, leadership and community transformation to 200 low income and unemployed young woman through mentoring, training and technical advice. We will ensure education resources, self employment abilities, computer, design and coding skills in order to fill the technical void and improve their lives. We will serve scholarships for the most deserving talented underprivileged youth & young women residing in rural areas and belongs to low income families.
The right to tech education denied to women in rural areas still exists. Tabasco has the highest unemployment rate of 7.9% of the country (INEGI) and women 21 and 40 years in specific are extremely vulnerable to a range of abuse, which may lead to high risk situations. Even those women who have finished high school are not prepared to face the world after graduating. Careers in technology are in great demand, however; it is precisely in these areas where our young women are not venturing enough
The project will support training for 200 unemployed young woman or in low income jobs at underserved rural communities by building the capacity of the participants in strengthening competencies for Leadership, Employability and Community transformation. Participants will able to acquire employment and career paths in tech industries on an accelerated skill formation process, which consists of workshops with a mentoring methodology, to improve their self-esteem and increase growing opportunities
200 young woman leaders will develop increased resilience and self-esteem and will be able to improve opportunity by skills development which will help to improving them economically influencing positively their family and community. We empower, restore and regenerate women and improve their status. The following generation to reach their potential as woman leaders committed to the growth and development of their communities modifying their perception of the women's role in family and in society
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).